March Gallery Stroll - March 16, 2018 6-9pm

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15th Street Gallery – 1519 S 1500 E; 801-468-1515
The 15th Street Gallery will be featuring Trent Call and Darryl Erdmann for March Gallery Stroll.

A Gallery – 1321 S 2100 E; 801-583-4800
Presenting Ripening, a solo exhibition by Jake Gilson. Using minimalist aesthetics to create exuberant works of iconic imagery, Gilson’s hands are his primary drawing tool. He applies elemental pigments, gunpowder and wax, as well as graphite and oil stick in search of “a vacancy that erases the boundaries and conventions of time and experience.’

Alice Gallery – 617 E South Temple; 801-236-7555
Closed for March Gallery Stroll.

Alpine Art – 430 E South Temple; 801-355-1155
Presenting Celebrating Art.

Anthony's Fine Art and Antiques – 401 E 200 S; 801-328-2231
Presenting Certain Women, an invitational art show of works from LDS women and curated by LDS Women, showcasing the diversity of their styles, training, and influences.

Art Access – 230 S 500 W #125; 328-0703
Presenting Vulnerability, work by McGarren Flack in Art Access Gallery. Also presenting Seeing Unseen, work by Banyon Fierer in Access II Gallery.

Art at the Main – Ground floor of the Main City Library, 210 E 400 S; 801-363-4088
Featuring pottery artist, Brent Hale’s Playing in the Mud...again. Each work reflects Hale’s fascination with children who find the world to be ever amusing. He combines that with his love of animals and creates pieces that reflect the love, wonder, humor and awe he sees in both.

Arts of the World Gallery – 802 S 600 E; 801-532-8035
Presnting fantasy artist, Krystal Meldrum.

Commerce & Craft – 1950 South 1100 East; 801-207-1030
Featuring Utah artist, Elizabeth Sanchez’s oil on board in Places Within Me. Enjoy her work along with work from over 60 other artist, crafters and makers from all the country.

David Dee Fine Arts – 1709 E 1300 S #201; 801-583-8143
See new arrivals by LeConte Stewart, Gustave Baumann and others. Rare paintings spanning three decades by Doug Snow will also still be on view! Celebrate spring by visiting David Dee Fine Arts.

David Ericson Fine Art – 418 S 200 W; 801-533-8245
Presenting At Home, new works by Dennis Smith and Justin Wheatley.

Downtown Artist Collective (DAC) – 265 E 100 S;
The DAC will be opening it's March show, 2 Photographers That Are Nothing Alike, featuring work by Chris Madsen and Prajit Ravindran. Artist reception from 6-9 PM.

DRAW Inc. Gallery – 752 6th Avenue; 801- 893-2404
Presenting Root and Marrow. Featuring the art of Hank Mattison, Natalie Allsup-Edwards, and Alexis Rose, this exhibit showcases pieces created with the same color palette and similar dimensions. Each artist has created individually unique pieces, indicative of their personal style and design process.

Even Stevens Downtown– 414 E 200 S; 385-355-9105
Closed for March Gallery Stroll.

Evergreen Framing Co. & Gallery – 3295 S 2000 E; 801-467-8770
Closed for March Gallery Stroll.

Every Blooming Thing – 1344 S 2100 E, 801-521-4773
Featuring work by GJ LaBonty, Mary Ann Free Smith, Joan Zone and other talented artists.

Evolutionary Healthcare – 461 E 200 S; 801-519-2461
Feature the work of fine art wildlife and nature photographer, Howie Garber.

Final Kick Ankle and Foot Clinic – 348 East 4500 South #370; 385-770-7203
New to Gallery Stroll!! You are cordially invited to the Final Kick Ankle and Foot Clinic located at 348 East 4500 South STE 370! See work by emerging artist, Kathy Simpson and 15th Street Gallery artist, Carole Wade. Be part of the Salt Lake City art scene and enjoy light refreshments and kombucha.

Finch Lane Gallery – 1340 E 100 S (in Reservoir Park); 801-596-5000
Presenting Sugar-Coated. The exhibition, co-curated by Holly Cobb and Michelle Montrose Larsen, provides a visual exploration of euphemisms, revealing their effect on our culture, both individually and collectively. With the ever-increasing amount of visual marketing, the ability to identify and decode euphemisms becomes increasingly crucial.

Fringe Gallery – 345 W Pierpont Ave; 385-202-7511
Featuring works by David LeCheminant. These intricate, contemporary wooden wall and free-standing sculptures draw inspiration from abstract expressionism, cubism and constructivism, recalling works by the late artist/sculptor, Louise Nevelson.

Glass House – 3910 Highland Drive; 801-666-8968
Presenting Havoc Hendricks. Hendricks incorporates complex patterns found throughout nature, delivered through a minimalist perspective. His “detailed minimalism” has been implemented in many forms, from art to graphic design, and even in skateboards and snowboards.

Harmons Grocery City Creek – 135 E 100 S; 801-428-0365
Featuring candy-colored oil paintings by Kristina Berg. Using her whimsy stained-glass style, this work beckons the "outside in" by portraying hummingbirds, sandhill cranes, cows, sheep, flowers and bees, as well as the surrounding mountains.

Hein Atelier of Traditional Art – 16 W 700 S; 801-502-9185
This March Gallery Stroll Jeff Hein will be showing a few works in progress, including Ralph Becker’s official portrait, a portrait of a child and a biblical scene. Jeff and a few apprentices will also be displaying some small finished drawings and paintings.

Hope Gallery – 151 S Main; 801-532-1336
Featuring works by Bertha Wegmann. The artist started exhibiting her work in 1873 in Copenhagen, where 10 years later she was the first woman to become a member of the of Royal Academy Council. Wegmann strongly established herself as a portrait painter but also as one of the best historical and genre painters of her time.

Horne Fine Art – 142 E 800 S; 801-533-4200
Enjoy a preview of Karen Horne's bold new “Umbrella Series”, as well as landscapes by noted Utah artist Phyllis Horne, who was just profiled in 15 Bytes. Also enjoy red rock paintings by Ryan Cannon.

Lanny Barnard Gallery – 110 Trolley Square, 706 E 600 S; 801-364-4482
Featuring new landscape paintings by Lanny Barnard.

Macaroni Gallery – 244 S 500 W #107; 801-554-8170
Macaroni Gallery is welcoming Mara Elana to the gallery. Elena’s abstract acrylic paintings are sometimes colorful, sometimes dark. Color flows as textured curves and geometric shapes.

Mestizo Institute of Culture and Arts (MICA) Gallery – 631 W North Temple #700; 801-596-0500
Closed for March Gallery Stroll.

Michael Berry Gallery – 163 E 300 S; 801-521-0243
In March, Michael Berry Gallery will show the sculptural work of artist Jordan Snow, and continue to feature the paintings of artist Steve Smock, including landscapes and contemporary works in which he combines gestural abstraction with minimalism. His selection for this show demonstrates the wide variety of color and style.

Modern West Fine Art – 177 East 200 South 801-355-3383
Modern West Fine Art is proud to present works by popular Modernist artists, Beatrice Mandelman and Louis Ribak. Emphasizing how they worked in cohesion, while establishing their own distinct voices, their legacy and influence on each other and on other artists continues to impact the contemporary artists featured at Modern West Fine today.

Mountain West Hard Cider – 425 North 400 West; 801-935-4147
Open until 7:00 pm on Gallery Stroll. Due to changes in Utah State liquor laws, Gallery Stroll can no longer list this venue. For special Gallery Stroll exhibits in this 21+ venue, please visit their FaceBook Event Page here.

Nostalgia Café – 248 E 100 S; 801-532-5638
Closed for March Gallery Stroll.

Nox Contemporary; – 440 S 400 W Suite H; 801-289-6269
Presenting Angels Don’t Cry, Demons Don’t Cry, a collaboration between Jacob Haupt and Noah Jackson curated by Laura Hurtado. The work is a discussion about a distilled version of friendship and the complexities of relationships.

Phillips Gallery – 444 E 200 S; 801-364-8284
Presenting new landscapes and still life by Tom Howard and Simone Simonian. Showing concurrently in the Dibble Gallery is a tribute to abstract expressionist, Nel Ivancich (1941-2014).

Relics Framemakers & Gallery– 4685 S Holladay Blvd.; 801-272-8312
Closed for March Gallery Stroll.

Rio Gallery – 300 S Rio Grande; 801-245-7272
Presenting Familiar Flora: Four Visual Responses to Living with Plants. The artists in this show are a mother, a daughter, and two daughters-in-law. In addition to being artists, they are connected by a love of the plant life that they cultivate in pots and gardens around their homes.

Sego 3 Fine Art – 661 S 200 E; 801-328-9848
Spring is apparent at Sego 3 Fine Art this month with new acquisitions of beautifully framed floral still-life and landscape watercolors by varied artists. Also showing are paintings by Ken Baxter, Darrell Thomas and Kathy Wilson including a selection of abstract acrylics.

The Stockist – 875 E 900 S; 801-535-3548
Presenting new works by Bonnie Grace. Grace is an artist who creates multi media prints using a combination of fiber, textiles and graphic shapes. She is inspired by everyday people, landscapes and aerial views and uses a modern interpretation in her artistic expression.

Summit Sotheby’s International Realty's - 9th & 9th Office – 870 E 900 S; 801-467-2100
Featuring Jennifer Worsley, with an exhibit of her pastels of the Salt Lake valley and canyons, and woodblock prints made with the Japanese moku hanga technique. The two mediums play off each other in their qualities and effects. Both are expressive of the beauty of the Utah landscape.

TURN City Center for the Arts –511 W 200 S #160, 801-924-0347
Creation and creativity are very important to the artists at City Center for the Arts, an arts-based day program for adults with disabilities. The center acts as a studio for thirty developing artists with a wide variety of interests and perspectives. This month featuring a series of mixed media collages.

Urban Arts Gallery – 137 South Rio Grande Street; 801-651-3937
Presenting Inner Echoes, abstract work by local Utah artists. Using a variety of techniques, this month’s artists will use color, texture, movement, and composition to express subtle emotional states.

Utah Museum of Contemporary Art – 20 S West Temple; 801-328-4201
Presenting Desire Lines, contemporary landscapes in the Main Gallery; Merritt Johnson:Exorcising America in the Codec Gallery. Earl Gravy: Homebodies, Away Teams in the Street Gallery, Justin Watson’s PERMADEATH in the A-I-R Gallery; and Eric Overton’s look at the formerly-known-as Bears Ears National Monument in the Projects Gallery.

Winderemere Real Estate's Redman Gallery – 6th and 7th Floors of the Redman Building, 1240 E 2100 S #600; 801-485-3151
Presenting SOLO, by the talented and well-known local artist, Jimmi Toro! Toro is an American contemporary artist, painter, singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and music producer. His art speaks to a balance of control and chaos, primarily focusing on the human element.


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